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Scientists fear that there could be a SECOND nuclear incident in Chernobyl as reactions within an inaccessible room smolder “like embers in a barbecue pit.” The ISPNPP is concerned about the rising neutron levels in room 305/2 in Chernobyl’s reactor four. This room is home to fuel-containing materials (FCM), which are lava-like radioactive melts that formed when the reactor’s core melted down during the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

These melts are composed of uranium fuel rods, zirconium cladding, graphite control rods, and the sand that was dumped on the melted core to try to extinguish the ensuing fire. Laden with 170 tons of irradiated uranium, or 95 percent of the original fuel, they flowed into the reactor’s hall basement rooms and hardened into rock-like formations.

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